· Group Classes
  - Reformer
  - Balanced Body Barre
· Private Sessions by Appointment
· Workshops/Continuing Education


Classes/Sessions


 

Gulf Coast Pilates fee schedule for: Group(non-equipment), Reformer (group Reformer), Privates (one hour), and Semi-Private (half-hour). Packages are listed under the hashtag in the left column. Expiration dates require at least twice monthly attendance. Contact us for more information.

Gulf Coast Pilates Fee Schedule for:
Group (non-equipment),
Reformer (group Reformer),
Privates (one hour),
Semi-Private (half-hour, 30 min).
Packages: under the hashtag in the left column.
Expiration dates require at least twice monthly attendance.
Contact us for more information.

Group Sessions

Group classes are for Reformer and Balanced Body Barre. For group Reformer you must have prior training and approval from the instructor to participate. Barre requires no prior training. Please refer to the calendar below for regularly scheduled group classes and the image above for pricing information. (The column for “group” is a non-equipment class and “reformer” is a group reformer class.)

Private Sessions

Reserve the studio just for you for a 30 minute or 1 hour session. These sessions can be for therapeutic or preparatory purposes. Reservations and cancellations are made and confirmed through text to the instructor. Please review the image above for pricing structures and contact us today.

Duets and More

Customized sessions are available for 2 people or more. For instance: friends and family, a like-minded sports group desiring training together. Please contact us for pricing and scheduling.

 

Jun
23
Sat
The Lightest Weight for the Greatest Strength, Texas @ Gulf Coast Pilates
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

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https://centreforspatialmedicine.com/collections/workshops/products/the-lightest-weight-for-the-greatest-strength-texas

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW:

This workshop will demonstrate how to get involved with the efficiency of the body’s distribution system.

How load, force and strain are distributed by and through the fascial system, when they can be, and how pain and injury occur when they cannot.

How information and communication are distributed for our auto-mechano function, when it can be, how dis-order and sense of weakness occur when it cannot.

How there is no isolated event in the body; isolated event = isolated strain, prolonged isolated strain = injury.

How when load, force and strain is evenly distributed, nobody ‘over strains’, and nobody injures.

WHAT THIS WORKSHOP OFFERS:

  • Ways to promote optimal strength with maximum mobility.
  • Ways to recognise isolated strain and ways to re-route it.
  • Ways to see compensation patterns and ways to re-pattern them.
  • Common exercises and functional movements explored to experience where and how to distribute the load better to enhance performance and effect.
  • Applications and sensory awareness to engage with the body’s feedback system, a sensory language to consciously create equal and clear distribution.

Cancellation: No Refund after 8 weeks before workshop 23rdApril 2018

PRESENTER: Karin Locher

For over 17 years Karin Locher has been building on her quest to understand and explore the phenomena of the ‘vital force’ (and lack of) that determines both our health and performance. With the new insights coming from the recovering research of Fascia and with Thomas Myers’ revolutionary Anatomy Trains she created a pioneering new application for Spatial Medicine: ‘Changing movement, mind and structural-relationships to change the person.’

Karin’s long standing fascination with the vital force, or lack of, is changing people and changing lives – a methodology that influences to re-store and re-set the neuro-myo-fascial system, thus enabling the body to do what it does best, keep us well. The result is Spatial Medicine. A medicine she believes is far more appropriate for the 21st century symptoms and syndromes that we are seeing.

Jun
24
Sun
Bone Rhythm, Texas @ Gulf Coast Pilates
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

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BONE RHYTHM, TEXAS

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW:

How to move with optimum efficiency.

How to move and be with minimal output and maximum results.

These are perhaps an ideal that we are all looking for.

Working with the awareness of the sequencing of the bones, bone rhythm, allows for this ideal to become a reality; it facilitates the movement you are striving towards to be achieved.

The sequencing of bones in rhythm allows for space to be maintained in the joints as we move, which acts like stabilised space; this facilitates greater mobility and the ease of movement.

Bones are not touching one another, they merely float in fascial tissue that both connects them together and separates them apart.

Becoming aware and maintaining the connecting spaces between the bones increases your potential for range of motion; it facilitates an organized flow of movement promoting the distribution of force throughout the body, minimizing strain and therefore injuries.

Come and find more space in your body and move more spaciously and fluidly.

Come and allow your range of motion to expand as you allow the positions and poses to mold you.

Cancellation: No Refund after 8 weeks before workshop 23rdApril 2018

PRESENTER: Karin Locher

For over 17 years Karin Locher has been building on her quest to understand and explore the phenomena of the ‘vital force’ (and lack of) that determines both our health and performance. With the new insights coming from the recovering research of Fascia and with Thomas Myers’ revolutionary Anatomy Trains she created a pioneering new application for Spatial Medicine: ‘Changing movement, mind and structural-relationships to change the person.’

Karin’s long standing fascination with the vital force, or lack of, is changing people and changing lives – a methodology that influences to re-store and re-set the neuro-myo-fascial system, thus enabling the body to do what it does best, keep us well. The result is Spatial Medicine. A medicine she believes is far more appropriate for the 21st century symptoms and syndromes that we are seeing.